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An unsigned January 25, 2010 "Post-It Order" by Magistrate Judge Hagai Brenner appears in the public terminal in the District Court, but fails to appear from a remotelocation.
Appeal of the Magistrate Judge Decision, and a related case in the Supreme Court of theState of Israel fail to be listed or mentioned in the electronic records of the original casefrom a remote location, but appear in the electronic records of the original case in the public terminal in the District Court.The state of affairs of District Court's Public Records in the case of Moshe Silmanhighlights the fundamental corruption of the electronic Public Records of the courts of theState of Israel, following the implementation of new electronic record systems over the past decade. The courts have developed and implemented with no public oversightmultiple, inter-related but at times contradictory systems of electronic Public Records for each and every court file. The People are denied access to most of these Public Recordssystems.
"The case of Moshe Silman shows how a Person is required to protect his rights in thecourts of the State of Israel today against the State of Israel, which took his property andsource of livelihood," explains Dr Zernik. Dr Zernik claims that the conduct of the Israelicourts, relative to the management of the electronic Public Records, amount to seriousviolation of the Human Right "to a fair and public hearing."It appears that the courts of the State of Israel have copied over the past decade thefeatures of fraudulent electronic Public Records systems, which had been established inthe state and federal courts in the United States a couple of decades earlier.
According to the 2010 State of Israel Ombudsman's Report, two US corporations, IBMand EDS, were engaged in the project by the Administration of Courts of the State of Israel in violation of the law of the State of Israel.
"Conduct of the courts of the State of Israel is central to the widening socio-economicgaps, the same way that corruption of the state and federal courts in the United States iscentral to the current crisis," claims Dr Zernik.Pursuant to the Regulations of the Courts - Inspection of Court Files (2003) by thenMinster of Justice Meir Shitrit
and related decision by former Presiding Justice of theSupreme Court Dorit Beinisch,
if the People would like to inspect the Public Recordsin the case and fully comprehend the events in this case in the court of Magistrate JudgeHagai Brenner, one must ask Magistrate Judge Hagai Brenner's permission to inspect andto copy the records. According to the office of the Clerk of the District Court, decision onthe requests, filed today, may be entered within a few days.
 12-07-22 Moshe Silman v Social Security and State of Israel (1752/08 and 6909-01-10) in the Tel Aviv